On: Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmad’s – The London Bombings – an Independent inquiry

After a somewhat tasteless and expensive Mexican meal (save for the Tabasco) a couple of days ago, I happened to catch one of my local bookstores just before they closed for the night. After the religion section, I went to the politics section, which being adjacent, brought a wee smile to my non-secular chops.


I saw Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmad’s – The London Bombings – an Independent inquiry, picked it up without hesitation and bought it (along with a book on the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion – a subject I have always resisted doing significant research into).


Nafeez’s 7-7 book
‘The London Bombings – an Independent inquiry’
NB: The asian version I bught has a the No 20 bus depicted.
Should mention the authors publication date is 2006.


Buying Nafeez’s book may have a little bit hasty I thought to myself on reaching home, discovering quite a few pages had “Section removed for legal reasons” throughout. Gurrrr. Those pages were probably going to be the juiciest bits. Perhaps Nafeez can ‘do a Craig Murray’ and let me know where I can read them :)

 A quick flick and scan of the index didn’t find any mention of J7 – which was disappointing, No index mention usually means no mention whatsoever, but I’m presently only about 10% through it.

 And whilst flicking, It seemed as if little else other than the ‘blowback theory’ was going to see the light of day. No conspiracy, no ‘false-flag’, no dark clouds emanating from the numerous UK Ministry’s of Death. Nothing, but perhaps a light covering of grey highland mist because they could have prevented it but somehow failed to do so.

 The synopsis on the back cover and the 10% read thus far sees Nafeez pushing: Al-Qaeda is a Large scale, highly organised interconnected network including Serbian mafia (yawn, it had to be Serbian didn’t it!) etc, but because there are associations with the CIA and MI6 with these organisations, disinformation has been fudge-mixed into 7-7 revelations so that the MegaTerror plc and it’s links to the CIA and MI6 etc wouldn’t be exposed.

 Which is of course utter nonsense that the Serbian Mafia (and who else should we pick, ah! Iranians, ummm, Sudanese government officials, North Koreans…) would have no qualms about helping Al-Qaeda to take over the world (or whatever bum-fluff someone else wants to make up about them) and is more suited to the output of a USUK graduate in propaganda.


Nafeez quotes a large array of Newspaper articles and official sounding people one might suspect are ‘people close to being in the know’, which for what it’s worth has its merits. So what is it worth? Not much I’m afraid.

 The MSM on 7-7 seemingly avoid conspiracy, other than fully embracing the official conspiracy documented by the government narrative, and perhaps the odd occasion where it is “discussed” for the purposes to ridicule. Am I wrong in thinking there are quite a few people out there who do lean towards the position that Blair knew the bombs were coming? and if so, why aren’t these people getting airtime? Why aren’t people who know about the fraud that is banking and paper money on the air. Isn’t that public interest?


This pic of Katie (looking spookily like Liza Minelli) came up when searching for Mainstream Media :)


Other than the odd slip-through, MSM reportage serves its owners and rarely encourages you to take a look at the alternatives in an intelligent and serious way. If I tuned into the Al-Qaeda breakfast time special hosted by fat and blurry bin Laden, I’d think the world was full of fornicating Satans that needed to be eradicated because Fattie Laden or Houdini Aiman Zawahiri said so – That is strangely enough, apart from all the fornicating Satans like the Serbian Mafia and so on who do business with Al-Qaeda.


In only reporting MSM, Nafeez falls into the other camp. And we all know the MSM is littered with intelligence agents. Just like dear Frankie, Frank “Khobar” Gardiner, the BBC’s “security expert”. He while investigating the Khobar bombings got shot. Oh, by the way Franks mini-Qur’ans which he carries (or used to before someone found out his game and shot him) in the ass pocket of his trousers weren’t to try and convince people he was a Muslim for free passage. No. Absolutely not. They were for Gifts to Muslims because he respects Islam so much.


Khobar towers, in Arabia. Looking coincidentally like the Alfred P Murrah building in Oklahoma. But I guess one bombed building looks pretty much similiar to any other. Same culprits? perhaps but not the ones your probably thinking of.






 I mean give us a break, we’re not children, we’re not stupid, Endings of fairy tales involving wicked witches and beautiful princesses are harder to predict than MSM intentions and the foreign policy of the occidentals.

 It’s my stated opinion that the possibility that 7/7 was executed with knowledge of the state. The role of the four is unclear and contains no proof which doesn’t seem planted. To me the ‘black-op’ theory is more persuasive than ANY alternative I’ve heard. It’s not because I’m retreating into some kind of Muslim mind-shell of denial – I’ve always maintained if significant proof that they did it (inc. Mohammed Atta and the 9-11 crew) then I have no qualms about accepting and denouncing them. However Nafeez Quoting DEBKA and ‘a police source’ referenced in the Daily mail giving two contradictory opinions, IMO counts for virtually nothing.


The only question I have left is: Will Nafeez even touch-upon the possibility of Government advanced knowledge in the remaining 90%? Well, if he doesn’t at least I’ve got a permanent record of many of the public statements that were made about 7-7 to draw upon as reference.






Sodium and cationic complexed TATP MS characterization from the Royal Society of Chemistry.


The focal point of what I’m reading at the moment concerns the type of explosive used. In regards to TATP, once again a new inconsistency has caught my eye regarding it.


Before I get to that, Nafeez supplies references that 7-7 was supposed to involve Military explosives, then he goes on to gives references that now TATP was the culprit. Nafeez’s own conclusion on page 36 is that both were used saying


“In view of the contradictory evidence in the public record, including the recommendations for bomb making-making instructions within al-Qaeda documents, it is perhaps most reasonable to infer that the explosives used a combination of military plastic C4 and TATP,as Richard Reid the shoe-bomber had done. This is consistent with al-Qaeda’s modus operandi…”


My analysis and response to the above would be as follows:


1) What “evidence ” in the public record?

There is only MSM speculation, reports of what police supposedly say is evidence – which they refuse to confirmed, and some supposedly cross-government exclusive government intelligence collective based in Washington-DC which when you look in the index came from a website with the URL http://www.slobodan-milosevic.org (/news/dfasa071805.htm). Nafeez promotes their spin on the explosives as ‘authoritative’.


2) al-Qaeda documents.

For pity’s sake. He accepts without a morsel of questioning the authenticity of these documents probably found in Kabul, with I would guess a yellow-sticky saying “I Osama bin Laden wrote this” lying beside a Qur’an lying in a bin somewhere and a picture of a nuclear explosion mushroom cloud, and an Iranian state-airline ticket. Wonder if NAfeez questioned the Galloway-oil documents, or the Niger yellowcake documents, and if so why don’t these al-Qaeda documents get similar scrutiny?


3) Richard Reid is a bizarre story. Even if one accepts the narrative about him, what’s it got to do with 7-7?


4) What modus operandi? What al-Qaeda? Nafeez has 100% embraced much of the ‘intelligence’ that the pro-secular, pro-occidental, pro-fake money embezzlers pump out.


5) I think is equally reasonable to entertain the possibility that the government is lying and/or fabricating stories (possibly evidence too) about the explosions and other things besides.

 Now onto the new TATP thing:

 Nafeez supports the line TATP used as primer to detonate Al-Qaeda recipe C4 (let’s call it A4 shall we?). The chemistry of this seems a bit odd to me. If TATP generates quote: “just enough energy to spread the reaction to the next molecule” then how can it activate the secondary explosive? Kinetically, this doesn’t seem possible. A primer would need to provide more energy than is needed to initiate reaction on the secondary explosion.

UPDATE: If TATP evolves no heat on reaction, and passes just enough energy onto another TATP molecule to allow it to decompose, that means not only is the ΔH(rxn) next to zero, but the E(act) for decomposition must also be next to zero. Furthermore, the total possible energy change will ΔH(rxn)+E(act) must also be next to zero. Not only does that make TATP extremely dangerous (its kinetic instability being so poor that a tiny input of energy would make it spontaneously decompose) but also would render it utterly useless as a (primary)detonator for a secondary explosive.



Freshman reaction profile diagram.


The only other explanation I can think of is that of some kind of compression detonation would, it seems to me, to be totally unnecessary and very, bvery difficult, and how on earth that could be engineered into a soft and pliable shoe is beyond me. Unless Mr. Reid had shoes like these:

And Nafeez never questions any possible motives or vested interests a Professor at TIIT (Technion-Isreal Institute for Technology – you can see why they bolted on the Israel bit) might have. But a greater source of curiousity is why would and Israeli Professor be interviewed about it, and why is contradicting elements of the 7-7 story?


If the rubbish about the science ever gets too big I may take it upon myself to investigate and report upon the difficulties of making it from such weedy/dilute and impure retail products like hair stuff. The stuff doesn’t have to be actually synthesised to discover a load of crap about it.

  Two other things have already worried me.:

 Introduction, p 19:

“The London bombings were a far more sophisticated operation than the government has so far admitted. Further-more, they were planned and executed by a terrorist network inside Britain that has unambiguous linkages to the international al-Qaeda organisation and leadership”

 Oh dear oh dear. Errrm proof??? Funny how such a big organisation with so many members, hand making so many things, with such large communications networks (they even have their own ewebsites – LOL) with such large money and arms transfers cant be caught. It’s either as Nafeez says; because they work in tandem with the Brits and Yanks, or they don’t exist (certainly in the way they are portrayed)

 From the section called: A Month Under Siege (PartII) 3. Two Weeks After 3.1 21/7 – Failed Criminals. The Devices. Page 95 (discovered in the initial flick)

 “Almost before the 7/7 criminal investigation got off the ground,, on 21 July 2005, London was again hit by a series of small explosions in a coordinated attack that almost replicated the events of 7 July”


Utter nonsense! Tupperware containers, chapatti flour and no dead-people are nowhere near a replication of 7-7.


It continues… “A BBC News analysis [Ed: *groan*] cited officials [Ed: *double groan*] saying that the 21/7 devices ‘were put together in a way very similar [Ed: *triple groan*] to those used two weeks ago.’ They were in fact, ‘so similar to those used two weeks ago that they may [Ed: *quadruple groan*] even have been part of the same batch.’

 Sorry, but really that’s worthless. A Hollywood movie probably contains more hard facts.


21/7 Flour bomb. Pic from the BBC.
BBC labels the pic as bombblob


Obviously the terrorists had put some overtime in on this one. You can clearly see a Muslim terrorist (the veiled one and wearing black of course). Shaving foam is legal however, flour musn’t be. Pic from http://www.tiswasonline.com

 The way Nafeez writes his book (same for his 9-11 one which I also bought and for which his style is more suited) is to provide a deluge of mainstream reports which he strings together into a continuous narrative. He never expresses scepticism about it and only applies a weak analysis afterwards posing somewhat obvious questions, but the veracity of the premise is accepted.  

Well it’s a bit premature to write such a post after only about reading 10% of a book, and if I realise I’m wrong, I’ll certainly make a post about it, but don’t wait up.




14 Responses to “On: Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmad’s – The London Bombings – an Independent inquiry”

  1. 1 The Antagonist May 23, 2008 at 6:04 pm

    At least some of the material redacted from Nafeez’s book can be found in the Institute for Policy Research and Development publication, Inside the Crevice [PDF].

    You’re right about references to J7, there are none. But lack of reference to J7 didn’t stop him lifting J7’s research about the fabled Luton-King’s Cross train that never ran, on which the alleged ‘suicide’ ‘bombers’ travelled to London.

    Nafeez has spent rather a lot of time sitting on the fence for the last few years, maintaining academic credibility in favour of being distinctly non-committal. He has been known to be a little more direct when pressed and it would appear he realises things on a global scale are at least as dire as they appear to be, if not more so.

    That said, his book is one of the better efforts released on the subject of the events of 7th July 2005.

  2. 2 lwtc247 May 26, 2008 at 4:31 am

    Hello Antagonist.

    I’m slowly ploughing my way through the book (on about p100 now) but getting increasingly annoyed at a familiar pattern of TOTALLY unscrutinised MSM, ‘think’ tank, or govt/govt agents reports.

    Not once has he ever implicated (or even suggested the possibility of) elements within the UK establishment as being involved. It’s possible they weren’t but it’s a lot more plausible than what Nafeez proposes.

    I’ve written another post about Bakri and the Covenant of Security, and it’s not favourable. (Might post it later)

    He’s mentioned Op Crevice a couple of times but not given any info about it so far, and I admit I’ve not yet read you blog stuff about it yet – but will do soon and thanks for the links above.

    What’s your opinion of my brief discussion of the kinetic/thermodynamic factors of TATP? I’d welcome your comment as I believe scientifically the TATP thing could well be a proveable fraud.

    I too got the impression he’s courting academic acceptability. I think intellectual acceptance is quite important to him. It’s of some importance to me too, but if it comes at the hand of self-censorship and/or blinkered analysis, then really, any esteem or accolade levied towards him would be rather hollow and unbecoming.


  3. 3 Antipholus Papps May 27, 2008 at 1:00 pm

    Thanks for the picture of Sally James!


  4. 4 lwtc247 May 28, 2008 at 5:56 am

    LOL. Her right arm is rather lovely isn’t it ;)

  5. 5 Situp June 19, 2008 at 4:28 am

    Somehow i missed the point. Probably lost in translation :) Anyway … nice blog to visit.

    cheers, Situp.

  6. 6 Marie July 21, 2008 at 7:54 am

    Nafeez has written some brilliant books but this one was rubbish. If you really want to know what happenend watch “7/7 Ripple Effect” which is absolutely brilliant. Nafeez left me dissapointed and do I get a refund for the blank pages?

  7. 7 lwtc247 July 21, 2008 at 9:54 am

    Cheers Marie. I too am not so happy with this book as it only offers up notes which can be used to piece together a strange ‘The UK uses (so called)Islamic terrorsts’ idea, but there isn’t any conspiracy.

    Square peg, round hole. Hummm…

    Having said that there is some good info in that book which captures quite a few things I had missed. And even if one accepts Nafeez’s line, those in the UK establishment that utilize ‘militants’ then there are a number of serious charges for which they should stand trial.

  8. 8 Hobosic January 22, 2009 at 4:12 pm

    searchin for it and found here :)


  9. 9 Project Humanbeingsfirst.org October 15, 2010 at 12:33 am

    Hi, I don’t know how I arrived here, and I haven’t yet read your entire post (but intend to).

    I wanted to leave the following link before it slipped my mind. I have eventually come to view Mr. NM in the same mold as my teacher Noam Chomsky and the vast majority of Western dissent – at best, “limited hangouts”. Were it not so diabolical as manufacturing dissent, I would merely find it sad.

    But today, I can make a case for criminal intent in any court other than the Queen of Hearts from Alice in Wonderland. My little study of Manufacturing dissent is the second link below. The first is a comment from about the same time frame as your article, which I had left Mr. NM. I had been rather surprised at the time by NM’s perspective and his omissions, given that his first book in the aftermath of 9/11 had been seminal for its relative completeness in looking at the aspect of non-response of the armed-to-the-teeth national security state to the worst attack on its soil.



    btw – thank you for your efforts.

    Zahir Ebrahim
    Project Humanbeingsfirst.org

  10. 11 lwtc247 October 16, 2010 at 11:19 am

    Glad to hear from you again Zahir. For new readers, allow me to introduce Zahir as one of the most intelligent analysts and critics of the establishment.

    Promo ends.

    I’m guessing NA was heavily influenced by Daniele Ganser, author of “NATO’s Secret Armies. Operation Gladio and Terrorism in Western Europe” and the BBC Gladio documentaries.

    I have the impression about NA’s 7-7 book (which I’m not so keen on) that he had Ganser in mind from start to finish. It became annoying when it seemed he was writing out a preformed Ganser-esque analysis.

    His Policy Studies Think Tank seems nothing new and rather cosy to the establishement to whom it claims to offer advice. However he on good terms with Cynthia McKinney who I have Mountains of respect for, and I trust her judgement so NA can’t be that bad – it’s just m ebeing bitchy (or perhaps disappointe Nafeez doesn’t do as much with his position as he could!)

  11. 12 lwtc247 October 16, 2010 at 11:29 am

    “manufacturing dissent” – LOL. Love it. (the corrected Chomsky term that is). I guess it’s a case of when there’s no food, even a dung sandwich is tasty.

  12. 13 Jibril November 15, 2012 at 11:27 pm

    over the years the 911 inside job evidence is overwhelming. Then i read the enemy within by gore vidal, and now Nafeez on 911. Now its 100%.
    I have also thought 7/7 was an inside job too because of J7 and others.
    ..a lihop or a mihop ( more likely a mihop by mossad) But what amazes me is this: if Nafeez can write all that about 911 and al-qaida, then why does he obviously hold back on 7/7 when bliar was the right hand man of bush, and lied to us re 45mins and wmd etc and the scenarios were very similar. strange indeed.. I also reckon hes way too cosy with govt, maybe he recalls what happened to kelly and robin cook..btw maybe flight 93 was supposed to crash into B7 ( thats why it also collapsed but without a cover up crash,) and got shot down because the coverup broke down by then.
    Similarly 7/7 was an outside- in job by mossad, J7 need another term as mihop is not it…It was a dual helix job, lihop+mihop, the mihop was to make sure it worked, and the lihop was to get some patsies for the demonisation to follow..

    • 14 lwtc247 November 18, 2012 at 2:49 pm

      I’ve got NA’s 911 book too, although I can’t quite remember what conclusion it draws.

      His 7/7 book is pretty much in line with he Govt narrative albeit that an independent inquiry is needed just to get it stated that that the men had connections with british ‘ Intelligence’. The book is quite weasel like written with the underlying theme that the men did it, just that the sequence of events events is good enough to get away with. His constant lack of criticism of the media reports isn’t to his credit.

      It’s possible NA craves official recognition. Apart from his early Daniel Ganzer / Gladio work, I’m afraid NA gives me the impression he’ll be wheeled out on th BBC in the future as one of its “terrorism “experts”” to advance the corporate media’s line.

      Wasn’t NA or his wife involved in some kind of corruption scandal not so long ago? – I came across something like that on the periphery, but have more important things to look up.

      I asked him about the supposedly government censored parts of his book. He completely failed to respond about it even in general terms.

      So in short I think I share some of your possible reservations about NA.

      A mihop/lihop thesis would seem the most credible.

      Although it’s my default position that the thumb-prints of Israyhell are significantly over 7/7 that by default it is the No1 suspect, I would absolve them if the evidence of other culprits was strong enough.

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